Updated: September 28, 2012 10:09 am (ET)
by America East Communications
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - America East teams close our their first full weekend of conference play on Sunday, with Boston University and Hartford sitting atop the league at 2-0. The Hawks are unbeaten in their last five while the Terriers have won three-straight heading into Sunday.
Sunday, September 30
Maine at UMBC, 1 p.m. – Live Stats | Video
• Maine and UMBC are both looking to bounce-back after losses on Thursday night.
• Amy Savage has scored for the Retrievers in each of the first two conference games.
• UMBC keeper Lauren Kadet leads the league in saves with 67, averaging 6.09 per game.
Boston University at Vermont, 1 p.m. – Video
• The Terriers defeated Maine for their 27th-straight America East win on Thursday night and 19th-straight conference regular-season home win.
• The Terriers have had a very balanced offensive attack this season, with 10 different players scoring goals, led by Madison Clemens with four.
• Vermont had a bye on Thursday night after dropping their conference-opener at Maine, 3-2, on Sunday. The Catamounts are looking to stop a seven-game losing streak.
Hartford at New Hampshire, 2 p.m. – Live Stats | Video
• Hartford won its third-straight game and is now unbeaten in its last five contests with a 4-1 win Thursday night.
• The Hawks have allowed just one goal in those five games, outscoring opponents 11-1. Amelia Pereira leads the offensive charge with a conference-best nine goals and 21 points.
• New Hampshire is riding a three-game unbeaten streak of its own after playing to a scoreless tie at Binghamton on Thursday night. The Wildcats were the first America East team to earn a point on the road in conference play.
Binghamton at Stony Brook, 2 p.m. – Live
Stats | Video
Stony Brook, N.Y.
• Binghamton has gone three game without scoring a goal, but is coming off a scoreless tie against New Hampshire on Thursday night.
• The Bearcats are tied for the league lead in goals allowed, giving up just 0.82 per game.
• The Seawolves played their first conference game on Thursday night, falling to Albany, 4-1.
• Stony Brook’s lone goal came from Larissa Nysch, who is tied for the team lead in points with nine.